Maison Berger Resonance Lamp
Designed in 1898 to purify the air in hospitals, the small catalytic lamp created by pharmacy dispenser Maurice Berger, quickly became very popular with the public. Redesigned by famous designers, embraced by leading figures from the art community (Coco Chanel, Picasso, Colette and Jean Cocteau), it was then fitted with a perfuming function and gradually became a style icon, appreciated for its sleek design and its delicate fragrances.
The designer Sylvie de France imagined the Resonance collection as a voyage in consciousness. The Resonance Paprika Lampe Berger captures vital, elementary energy. Its multiple facets, its graphic curves and its heavy silver mount invite you to keep your feet on the ground. The spicy, dark red paprika colour symbolizes the first of your seven chakras, called the “Root Chakra” or Muladhara. Withdraw from this hyperactive world for a few moments and take some time to re-energize by creating your own fragrant cocoon. The Resonance Paprika Lampe Berger with its distinctive patterns inspired by the lozenge shape that appears on the entire collection is harmonious, and perfect for a spicy décor. It purifies the air, neutralizes bad odours and adds a pleasant fragrance to the rooms of your house using the Maison Berger Paris interior fragrances.